Dr. Moses Tetui is a Senior research fellow at the department of health policy planning and management at the Makerere University School of Public Health. Moses has an implementation science and systems research experience that spans over 10 years. His research focus is in building health systems that are responsive to the needs of the vulnerable poor in resource-limited settings. He is an expert in Qualitative and Participatory action research (PAR) practice aimed at improving health systems research, practice and management.
He has been involved in several maternal, neonatal and reproductive health projects within and without Uganda. His work experience has seen him gain expertise in both rural and urban health issues. Additionally, Moses lectures and supervises both post and undergraduate students in subjects related to his expertise. His research works can be viewed at the links below: